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Best Moments of 2018 | BBC Earth

From the endless rituals of Bonsai making to the panda that didn't realise she had twins, passing through lions fighting hyenas and the cute pika, rediscover the best videos of 2018 from BBC Earth:
18. You fell in in love with orphan elephant dinner time
17. Palm oil was put under the spotlight (we can get this version:
16. You were enthralled by the bonsai tree ritual
15. Your itched when Michael Mosley gave himself healice
14. You were reminded to never work with animals
13. You were on the edge of your seat as a lion was surrounded by hyenas
12. The world’s cutest thief stole your heart
11. You learned that komodo dragon venom is really cool (yes, it really is venom)
10. We met the panda mum who didn’t know she had twins
9. We worked with Instagram to get warnings on the Orangutan and Pangolin hashtags
8. You cheered for an elephant saved from a poacher’s snear
7. You continued to be shocked by effects of plastic
6. You were inspired by the people fighting to save our planet
5. The world’s most trafficked animal broke you heart
4. Over 2000 of you applied to be our next digital presenter
3. You inspired us by sharing your world
2. You cried for baby penguins
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